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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 21, 1919

SALE

DIAMOND
BRIDAL SET

She'll love the fiery 1 7. carat
diamond solitaire set in a unique 14K
Yellow Gold "miracle head" mount •
ing which gives the diamond the
illusion of being larger. Matching
wedding hand.

NAUM S

SPECIAL
$ 219 90

REG.
$249.

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SALE ENDS APRIL 30. 1979

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SOUTHFIELD SHOWROOM
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Women's Unit for Conservative Judaism to
Open Spring Gathering Tuesday in Saginaw

The annual spring con-
ference of Michigan Branch
of Women's League for Con-
servative Judaism will be
held on Tuesday and Wed-
nesday at Temple Bnai Is-
rael in Saginaw, announces
President Sharlene Ungar .
Delegates from the 15
affiliated sisterhoods are
expected. The theme of the
conference is "And Be Thou
A Blessing." Consultant
speaker will be Delores S.
Moser, national vice
president, who has held
many offices in the sister-
hood of Cong. Bnai Israel,
Millburn, N.J., as well as in
the Northern New Jersey
branch. On the national
level she has been a board
member, on the social ac-
tion committee and the
Torah Fund-Residence Hall
Council.
Workshops focusing on
program, Jewish family liv-

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anyone who likes•cheese
kreplach will love the Chef's
Cheese Ravioli. Bite-size
macaroni pies, plump with good
Italian cheese, in tomato sauce
seasoned the Italian way. A
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For a delicious dairy meal—hot
lunch or a nosh—invite the Chef
and serve Italian. All you do is
heat 'n' eat. Delizioso.

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IN SAUCE

COMPUTER PORTRAITS
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Preparing for the annual spring conference of the
Michigan Branch of the Women's League for Conser-
vative Judaism, are, front row, from left: Marilyn
Redmond, honors chairman; and Sonia Knopper,
conference chairman; and back row, from left; Adele
Sears, workshop chairman; Sharlene Ungar, Michi-
gan Branch president; and Rena Tobes, conference
coordinator.
ing, adult education, Torah nated by Betsy Winkleman
of Adat Shalom, and for
Fund-Residence Hall, youth
and sisterhood school rela- Maariv by Dorothea Gold-
tions, creative handicrafts, stein, Congregation of
membership and -Ways and Moses, Kalamazoo.
Means will be conducted by Women's League exhibits
branch activity chairmen: will be displayed under the
Grace Katz and Muriel Got- direction of Sue Himelhoch,
lib, Beth Israel, Flint; Be- Beth Israel, Flint.
A Women's League
rtha Bletstein, Bnai Israel,
Pontiac; Bea Katzman, socio-drama, "Do You
Know Where Your Chil-
Shaarey Zedek, Southfield;
Nita Lichtenstein, Adat dren Are?," will. be pre-
Shalom, Farmington Hills; sented by members of
Judy Joseph and Geneva Temple Beth El, Midland.
Smith, Ahavas . Israel, Rabbi Morris Fishman of
Grand Rapids; Anne Temple Bnai Israel,
Leeman, Beth Achim, Saginaw, will moderate a
Southfield; Jeanette Sklar- discussion about the pre-
chyk, Beth Shalom, Oak sentation.
Assisting with ar-
Park; Myra Karse, Temple
rangements are: Registra-
Israel, Bay City.
A Torah study session tion Chairmen, Nita
will be conducted by Rabbi Lichtenstein and Freda
Hilel Rudaysky of Beth Is- Davidorf; Kit Chairmen,
rael, Flint. Services for Jean Alspector and Sylvia
Shaharit are being coordi- Foxman; publicity, Helen
Bayles; local arrangements,
Lathe Spear; printing, Fre-
dell Whitemen; and trans-
portation, Elizabeth Can-
tor. Reservations should be
made With the individual
sisterhood presidents.

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MICHIGAN JEWISH
SINGLES COUNCIL will
sponsor a spring cabaret
featuring folksinger and
comedian Ron Coden 8 p.m.
Sunday in the main Jewish
Community Center. There
is a charge for refreshments
and admission.

MARKET

The

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COME IN & SHOP OUR
WIDE SELECTION OF
WINES AND SPIRITS

LOOK FOR OUR
WEEKLY SPECIALS
ON WINE

Mock Kugel

By NORMA BARACH
(Copyright 1979, JTA, Inc.)

A good year-round dish is
this "mock" noodle pudding.
It will also give you some-
thing to do with your matza
meal left over from
Passover.

1 lb. yellow squash
4 extra large eggs (separated)
1 /8 tsp. cinnamon
1 /2 tsp. salt
2 tbsps. matza meal
2 tbsps. oil
1 tbsp. sugar
Peel squash. Grate finely. To
grated squash add salt, cin-
namon, matza meal, sugar and
egg yolk. Add oil. Beat egg
whites stiffly. Fold into squash
mixture. Grease a casserole
dish. Pour squash-egg white
mixture into pan. Bake at 350
degrees 30-45 minutes until
browned.

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the Joint Commission on
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following a survey of the
hospital. Sinai was
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